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  • 08/25/2011 3:12 PM | Denise Ross (Administrator)
    We are looking for training and development practitioners who would be willing to visit Claremont for an upcoming panel presentation for our graduate students who are studying this area.

    Panelists will be asked to give an overview of their experience working in the field of Training and Development, issues they have faced and lessons they have learned. Then, we will open the floor up for questions from the graduate students. I expect there will be 40-50 graduate students in attendance and food will be provided.
    • The first panel would focus on making strategic decisions about what training to offer in an organization as well as on the practice of delivering training and is scheduled for 4pm, Tuesday September 6.
    • The second panel would feature L&D practitioners who have been in the field and can speak to a career about training. She’d like a mix, instructional designers, trainers, managers, evaluators, you name it and is scheduled for 11:30am, Thursday November 3.
    Please contact me if you are interested.

    Becky Reichard
    Becky.Reichard@cgu.edu
    http://www.cgu.edu/pages/6595.asp
  • 08/11/2011 6:36 PM | Anonymous
    ASTDLA is currently accepting interest from members to join the chapter's Board of Directors. For more information contact preselect@astdla.org


  • 04/23/2011 4:28 PM | Anonymous
    As trainers we focus on our instructional design and training activities but how often do we think about the use and power of our voice?

    Join us for an interactive session where you will learn about the 4 types of vocal qualities and how to apply them; relaxation exercises to free the voice; and techniques which quickly elevate presentation performance levels and effectiveness. 

    Our speaker, Nina Irani, President of UniqueSpeak Consulting has served as the speech and communication coach to Fortune 500 executives, politicians and public figures in the entertainment industry. Nina specializes in integrating cutting edge neurological findings with classic communication techniques to create a hybrid methodology for high performance presentation.

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  • 04/23/2011 4:24 PM | Anonymous
    After over 20 years of amazing service, Jane Holcomb has chosen to retire from her role as chair of the External Trainers/Consultants Special Division.

    Janie Honeycutt will chair the Externals special division starting in July.

    We will be honoring Jane for her dedication to ASTD-LA and the training profession at the May Chapter meeting on May 19th.
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